The Icelandic and Swedish word for “bear.” It means “bear” in a number of European countries, but just has a slightly different spelling. In Norse Mythology, Thor and Odin would visit the human world disguised as bears so they would go unnoticed by humans.
This popular name is a nature-inspired baby name in a number of cultures. As a Welsh name, it means “keeper of the keys.” In Hawaiian and Japanese, it serves as the word for the ocean and the sea. It’s a popular name for good reason!
The name of the moon in Spanish, Italian, as well as Latin. In Roman Mythology, Luna was the goddess of the moon. Luna is considered a feminine name, and understandably so given its connection with women.